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Re: System`Convert`MathMLDump`identifierQ


strike that, I'm not sure how the False got there

On 11/5/06, Chris Chiasson <chris at chiasson.name> wrote:
> just a quick note
>
> XML`MathML`ExpressionToMathML[a]
> ?System`Convert`MathMLDump`identifierQ
>
> the last definition shown is:
>
> System`Convert`MathMLDump`identifierQ[System`Convert`CommonDump`args$___]/;
>     ArgumentCountQ[System`Convert`MathMLDump`identifierQ,
>         Length[HoldComplete[System`Convert`CommonDump`args$]],1,1]&&
>       False:=$Failed
>
> AFAIK, this definition will not ever be used because one the arguments
> of And under Condition is False. I think this situation could be
> caused by putting Condition on level {1} instead of level {2} of the
> definition. The Condition thus evaluates at the assignment of the
> definition instead of at the use thereof.
>
> --
> http://chris.chiasson.name/
>


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